Yes, this is the question. As I address in my book, in light of our interfaith relationships, Christians must undertake a thorough exploration of who and what Jesus was/is for us.
A Center of Christian-Muslim Engagement for Peace and Justice:
Miroslav Volf, founding director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, is visiting Oklahoma City as guest lecturer for the McGaw Lectures at Oklahoma Christian University.
OC leaders said the Yale scholar’s presentation tonight, April 12, is free but people were required to request tickets for admittance and all of the tickets have been distributed.
Obviously, there’s widespread interest in Volf’s lecture, likely because his presentation is to be based on his 2011 book “Allah: A Christian Response.” In it, Volf, Yale’s Henry B. Wright Professor of Systematic Theology, addresses the question “Do Christians and Muslims believe in the same God?”
Volf took some time today to answer a few questions on this thought-provoking topic:
Q: Why did you decide to write your book “Allah: A Christian Response”?
A: The occasion for writing the book was a conference we had organized around the question of what binds Muslims and Christians…
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